12th Canadian Ministry

The Twelfth Canadian Ministry was the first cabinet chaired by Prime MinisterWilliam Lyon Mackenzie King. It governed Canada from 29 December 1921 to 28 June 1926, including the 14th Canadian Parliament and most of the 15th. The government was formed by the Liberal Party of Canada. Mackenzie King was also Prime Minister in the Fourteenth and Sixteenth Canadian Ministries.

12th Canadian Ministry
12e conseil des ministres du Canada

12th ministry of Canada
Date formed 29 December 1921
Date dissolved 28 June 1926
People and organisations
Monarch George V
Governor General Viscount Byng
Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King
Member party Liberal Party of Canada
Status in legislature

118 / 235

(1921-1925)
Majority

100 / 245

(1925-1926)

Minority

Opposition party Conservative Party (historical)
Opposition leader Arthur Meighen
History
Election(s) 1921, 1925
Legislature term(s)
Predecessor 11th Canadian Ministry
Successor 13th Canadian Ministry

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